The 39 Deaths of Adam Strand by Gregory Galloway download in ePub, pdf, iPad
It's interesting to think about. He was telling it like it was, from the very beginning, and I loved that.
And the philosophy that's presented in this book is the best kind. They don't stop at the hospital, but they take him right where he needs to be. Also, as I've said before, the writing was fabulous.
He was really interesting, that's for sure. Adults are trapped in dead-end jobs, and teenagers have nothing to do but get drunk at the waterfront. Adam was very straightforward. In the meantime, life goes on around him.
Maybe, if one thing in your day had been different, something else in someone else's day would have been different too.
Because he was bored, and it gave him peace. It's like we retreated into Adam's mind, and I absolutely could not get enough of that feeling. That's an odd way of looking at it, but it's also really interesting. Adam doesn't understand why he keeps coming back, and the people around him don't understand why he keeps trying. Moments of intense emotion still happen, and mentors and role models are still to be found.
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